Ritholtz's Reads: The Millennial Retirement Plan
Good morning. There seems to be no bid these days in oil or gold, a condition which has to end eventually. Oh, and here are our morning reads:
- Fewer Active Managers Beat Market Than at Any Time in Decade (FT)
- Revenue Softness Worries Stock Investors (WSJ)
- Significance of Secular Market Should Not Be Underestimated (Washington Post)
- Younger Generation Faces a Savings Deficit (WSJ) see also Retirement Planning: Millennials vs. Boomers (Research Affiliates)
- Pimco to Spend $280 Million on Staff Retention (MoneyBeat)
- The Stock Market Doesn’t Care About Elections (NYT)
- A Strategy for Rich Countries: Absorb More Immigrants (The Upshot) see also Best Immigration Policy Is More Immigration (Bloomberg View)
- Is it Good to Have Market Power Amongst Music Labels? (Digitopoly)
- The Fall of the Berlin Wall Could Teach America a Lot About Its Own Border (Wonkblog)
- • Who Builds the World’s Most Popular Drones? (WSJ)
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